The system cut off your question.
I am not a loan officer or mortgage person, and you would be best advised to ask your mortgage gal or guy about specifics.
To the best of my knowledge you can do structural changes as part of a 203K loan, however this would mean that you would need to be taking an FHA loan, which in turn means that you would need to use one of the units to live in yourself. Taking an FHA loan and not living on premisses would be fraud.
Also, please be mindful of the fact that normally structural changes would in most cases mean you could not take just an express 203K loan (I believe up to $39,000), but would probably need to apply for a regular 203K, which will take longer and postpone your closing.
I hope this covered some of what you were going to ask.
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